Kidz Community Focus for December

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December is such a special month for families: traditions, the tree, the lights, the presents, the elf. Most importantly December is special because of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Check out how Kidz Community is talking about Christmas over the next several weeks.

Preschool’s First Look Preview: Your preschooler will learn that Jesus is God’s son. Watch the video here. (If video does not display above, click here: .)

Elementary’s 252 Preview discovers that you can get wrapped up in GENEROSITY. “Make someone’s day by giving something away.” Check it out here. (If video does not display above,


10 Things I’m Thankful For As A Parent

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This Thanksgiving season, what are you thankful for? You’re supposed to say Jesus. You’re supposed to say you’re thankful for Jesus and your favorite book of all time is the Bible.

Jon Acuff gets honest in this list of 10 things he is thankful for as a parent. Read here.

Continue The Conversation


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Have you read your Parent Cue this week? Parent Cue is a simple way to continue the conversation during the week that was started in Kidz Community on Sunday morning. It offers the month’s life app (or the week’s faith skill), the month’s memory verse, the week’s Bible story and specific questions for you  to ask your child and talk about.

Here is last Sunday’s Parent Cue for your Preschoolers: 1410_PC_Emailable_04 First Look

Elementary parents, click here for your Parent Cue from Sunday: 14Oct_PCue_email_Week4 252.

Continue the conversation!





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Our series on Social Media Parenting continues with Jon Acuff sharing his thoughts with part two of: “Four Questions Every Parent Should Ask About Social Media.”  (If you missed the first part, you can read it here.)

Curiosity might have killed the cat, but it’s the secret to starting conversations with your kids about social media. It’s on us as parents to take the initiative and create a space where our kids can openly talk about the way they are engaging in this wildly engaging technological phenomenon. Read more here:  Continue reading